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the law. law -- he would sign the law. they didn't make the deadline or get the grand bargain both parties claim was the ultimate goal. democrats and republicans gave themselves credit for getting something done. there was concern among republicans about a lack of spending cuts. some wanted to add them in but it was not enough votes to get it passed. the deal would extend income tax cuts for all workers earning more than 400,000 dollars a year and households earning over 450,000 dollars. it prevents a tax hike on estates valued at less than 5 million dollars and extends unemployment benefits for 2 million people set to expire and although congress missed a january 1st midnight deadline by-passing the compromised deal in the house and senate, congress can take credit for retroactive tax cuts. >> it's a very, very strong first step. >> this is an important one and a critical one for the future of the country. >> reporter: now in about two months, congress needs to deal with spending cuts they put off and there will be a fight over the debt ceiling. reporting live in federal hill, sherrie joh
're going to show you damage. >> new year, meaning new laws. we'll highlight some of the more unusual one autos awhen there is a done deal in washington, d.c., most americans will see paychecks shrink with the new year i'm laura anthony and will have a live report. >> one couple's fitness goal that may inspire us to >>> much of the emphasis in washington, d.c. has been on income levels and which groups will pay more to the irs this year. >> there are another sets of taxes everybody is going see unless there is a last minute change in negotiation autos abc 7 news joins us live from walnut creek with that part of the story. laura? >> this production in payroll taxes passed in 2010 as a temporary measure to stimulate the economy. it's now expired and amid last minute negotiations there seems to be little interest in reviving something that affects nearly everybody. >> everybody going to see more taxes. it's reality of it. you know? a louie is none too pleased about the impact a new year will likely have on the paycheck. >> it's extra money, you know? it's not going to end up in the pocketkry
ramps. soon after president obama reacted to the compromise bill. >> under this law, more than 98% of americans and 97% of small businesses will not see their income taxes go up. millions of families will have continued to receive tax credits to help raise their kids and send them to college. companies will continue to receive tax credits for the research they do, the investments they make and the clean energy jobs that they create. and 2 million americans who are out of work but out there looking, pounding the pavement every day, are going to continue to receive unemployment benefits as long as they're actively looking for a job. i am very open to compromise. i agree with democrats and republicans that the aging population and the rising cost of health care makes medicare the biggest contributor to our deficit. i believe we've got to find ways to reform that program without hurting seniors who count on it to survive. and i believe that there's further unnecessary spending in government that we can eliminate. but we can't simply cut our way to prosperity. i will not have another d
brother dale and his sister-in-law currently serve on the force. >> chris is the one that encouraged me to pursue my childhood dream of becoming a police officer. >> reporter: brother brian young reminding the crowd of chris's sense of selflessness. >> he wanted us to be about all of the fallen officers, all the fallen firefighters, all the fallen emts, all the fallen marines. >> officer young remembered for his kindness, generosity and his trademark smile. >> it's more about his smile and everything that he gives. >> he was one of the more affable, likable guys, extremely classy, very professional. i am absolutely proud to have him as a member of this community. he was the ideal and is the ideal police officer. >> i used to live across the street from chris [bag pipes] officer young leaves behind a wife and three children. they were too distressed to attend the vigil this evening. we also learned today that a 69-year-old woman was the one driving the minivan that struck officer young in the intersection along this road. the light was green and she was attempting to turn left as he was
is not safe. this is a unique example, but this is against the law. so something that people shouldn't do. >> reporter: now investigators with the cecil county sheriff office want you to call if you were in the area in elkton of ajs court and they are hoping to get more information from witnesses. the number is 410-392-2117. linda so, abc2 news. >> thank you. >>> the 2013 session begins in annapolis one week from today. one of the hot items for debate could be legalizing marijuana. bills that would have legalized the drug for medical use stalled in annapolis in each of the past two years. state officials have said they are concerned that marijuana is illegal under federal law. supporters argue the feds have not interfered with colorado's state run marijuana program. >>> making news around the nation, a sledding accident caught on camera. a man slide over a partially frozen lake in california breaking through the ice. several people tried to help him out throwing ropes and inner tubes his way. but they started to fall through the ice as well. everyone was rescued and the lake has been shut
that they've already racked up through the laws that they passed. >> so he's drawn the line. i mean, what are they saving over on the republican side? >> well, certainly i don't think republicans would agree with that at all. in fact, keeping the debt ceiling out of this deal was one of the few wins for republicans and they see the ability to use that ceiling again as leverage to get the kind of spending cuts they say are needed to get the deficit under control and that was part of the negotiating position, you know, that mitch mcconnell took when he came in and worked a deal with joe biden, that they didn't put this in there. and that was a win for republicans. it's going to be tough for the president. >> here's what new york congressman steve israel said about not just the debt ceiling but all three of these imminent deadlines. this was a little earlier this morning. >> if we can find republicans to join with us and quit playing games with the debt ceiling and quit this roadrunner mentality of finding a cliff in every episode of congress, i think we can get this done. >> the republicans
in the early 70s when she was at law school. she was quite impressive then as was the guy she was dating at the time. [ laughter ] >> whatever happened to him? >> joking aside, there was strong bipartisan support for mrs. clinton to testify before the there could be movement on confirming her successor. but that was before we knew about the blood clot. one published report now suggesting the third week of january is the earliest we can expect that testimony. rick? >> rick: catherine herridge, thanks very much. pennsylvania governor tom corbett says that the punishment stemming from the penn state child rape scandal are, quote, illegal and he says is he going to sue. the issue here is how the ncaa plans to spend the $60 million it find the university. a jury convicted former football coach jerry sandusky for abusing a number of young boys over a long time. in some cases the abuse happened at penn state athletic facilities. the ncaa slapping the school with a record fine and banning the football team from bowl games for four years, among other things. governor corbett reportedly filed the
and increase the nation's debt. didn't work out exactly as planned. the bottom line, this law will provide 620 billion dollars in new tax hikes. and 15 billion in budget cuts. and for those of you keeping track at home. for every $1 in cut, according to the so-called debt deal adds nearly 4 trillion dollars to federal deficits over the next decade largely because of the extension of lower tax rates for almost all americans. 330 billion dollars of it is also an increase in spending, an increase in spending, more, more spending. plus, congress packed in some special gifts for the railroads, the car racing business, and some friends in hollywood who have some deep pockets. chris is our host of power play on foxnews.com live. happy new year! >> happy new year to you, merry cliff-mass. >> megyn: we went off the cliff and we're kind of off it, but moved the cliff and the cliff is in a weird place. postponed part of it. in any event, there's big tax hikes for the rich and hikes for everyone, 77% of americans. and there's more spending, there's 4 trillion more going into the deficit. i mean, i don't k
reacted to the compromised bill. >> under this law, more than 98% of americans and 97% of small businesses will not see their income taxes go up. millions of families will continue to receive tax credits to help raise their kids and send them to college. companies will continue to receive tax credits for the research they do, the investments they make and the clean energy jobs they create. 2 million americans are out of work with, but out there looking and pounding the pavement every day will continue to receive unemployment benefits as long as they're actively looking for a job. i'm very open to compromise. i agree with democrats and republicans that the aging population and the rising cost of health care makes medicare the biggest contributor to our deficit. i believe we have to find ways to reform that program without hurting seniors who count on it to survive. and i believe that there's further unnecessary spending in government that we can eliminate. but we can't simply cut our way to prosperity. i will not have another debate with this congress over whether or not they should pay the
the local law makers to make sure that cybill unions do not come to illinois. the church is weighing in with no time to waste. pastor's published in this letter in the sunday bulletin cardinal george encourage people to stop the civil union movement the cardinal once catholic followers and people like state senator heather's dane who is behind the bill. it makes sure that all people are treated the same under our law, civil rights advocate anthony martinez is 100 percent behind the fair marriage act a brave step for marriage. to be able to afford that relationship recognition to couples that have been in relationships for decades in the letter from the archdiocese cardinal georgia and others vehemently opposes changing laws and he says marriage comes to us from nature. the state has no power to create something that nature itself tells us is impossible. tonight catholics leading holy name cathedral some of them are deciding what their role will be now that the church is asking them to jump into action. i am very much with the cardinal on this issue. i. overall agree with what the ch
that they have already racked up through the laws they passed. we can't not pay bills we have already incurred. if congress refuses to give the united states government the ability to pay these bills on time, the consequences for the entire global economy would be cat stenographic, far worse than the impact of a fiscal cliff. >>> let's bring in brianna keilar. a lot of people are talking about winners and losers, but c'mon, i feel like we're all losers in this, considering we didn't get a deal, we just got a patch. >> reporter: that is true. i don't think it's ever really healthy for americans when you're kind of going through this process every year, whether it's the a.m.t. fix or tax cuts, so i think the fact that those tax cuts were permanently extended actually is a good thing, because it is difficult when they aren't, but yeah, i think that you look at especially now the environment of things as this is a congress that the president wants to undertake other issues like immigration reform and gun violence, and you can see how it even maybe has a pleefover effect as they try to get their bu
into law have failed anyway if you hadn't? >> there is no question but that a number of places where we went in and invest it, we were investing in an enterprise that was in trouble. with the future was very much in doubt for it and we invested in one business that lost 50 or $60 million more the year before we invested and a lot of people didn't want to touch it. we were able to go in there with the current management team, helped get the business back on track. the managers' training but they were able to turn it around as a success and it is still around today doing quite well. provides jobs for a lot of people. the idea that somehow making a business profitable is different than helping people is really a foreign idea because the whole american free enterprise system is associated with creating success, making business is profitable. they can hire more people and growth. every investment that i made while i was responsible for an investment firm, every investment was designed to help the business grow and to become more successful. >> up next, one of my most frustrating interviews.
to begin with. >> rush limbaugh did call a law student a prostitute for wanting to have insurance cover for her contraception and i presume you wouldn't be that as either entertaining. >> of course, not. as i said before. again, and i am not going to stand -- i don't want to spend my time talking about how we can grow the economy. what i would like to talk about it is governor romney out there for almost a year telling the people that republican primary that he never advocated that romney care would be a federal model. he never advocated for an individual mandate that a government that the federal level require people to buy insurance. and now we find on several occasions in the past week article after article, interview after interview where governor romney tested that in 2009. to me that is offensive. >> is he a liar then? >> this goes to the snobbish issue, which is she clearly did not tell the truth. you don't necessarily go and accuse the person on a personal level. you describe the action. i did and accurately described governor romney did not tell the truth to the republicans at
. [video clip] >> more than 98% of americans and 97% of small businesses under this law will not see their income tax rise. millions of families will continue to receive tax breaks to help raise their kids and send them to college. companies will continue to receive tax credits for research they do and investments they make and the clean energy jobs they create. 2 million americans out of work that are out there looking every day will continue to receive unemployment benefits as long as they are actively looking for job. but i think we all recognize this lot is just one step in the broader effort to strengthen our economy and brought an opportunity for everybody. -- this law. the fact is the deficit is still too high. we are still investing too little in the things that we need for the economy to grow as fast as it should. that is why speaker john boehner and i originally tried to negotiate a larger agreement that would put the country on a path to paying down its debt while also putting americans back to work, rebuilding roads and bridges for, and providing investments in areas like
be signed into law because the senate would not do that bill. in so doing, they took up valuable time from other legislative priorities and cbs news reports that these votes to consistently always trying to repeal health care, those votes, mr. speaker, cost the american taxpayer almost $50 million. for over a year and a half and unproductive governing failed to provide solutions to the american people and coming out of the november elections, our mandate was clear. the american people demanded an end to the political theater and the dangerous legislative games. they demanded that we finally get to work and solve the looming fiscal cliff in a balanced, responsible and bipartisan way. in the middle of last july all other members sent a letter to the speaker asking that we begin in july to find a solution to the fiscal cliff and sequestration. we call for a bipartisan approach and something we could get finished before the august recess so that we could spare the americans and other people in the world and financial markets the worry that we have put them through. we got our answer tonight. s
what the laws are and what the tax rates will be. stuart: to cut off all new borrowing suddenly is economic disaster. >> that is an argument that we will continue. rasmussen poll just in car 54% of americans say they would feel safer if there was an armed guard in their school. >> i watch my son go through the school and down the stairs. >> large schools already have local police department there. stuart: there is a huge difference. connell, it is yours. connell: stuart, thank you very much. good morning, everybody. i am connell mcshane. we will be looking at what it means for your house and your car, your taxes, the whole thing. the next big headline for market baby jobs friday. where is the job creation coming from in this economy. ad space is just about gone, apparently, for this year's super bowl. you will not believe some of the money that companies are throwing around this year. welcome, everybody. we have to start with the markets. at the top of the hour, we go to the new york stock exchange. nicole: we are seeing the markets with thing this morning. we have seen all the
enshrines, i think, a principle into law that will remain in place as long as i am president. the deficit needs to be reduced in a way that's balanced. everyone pays their fair share. everyone does their part. that's how our economy works best. that's how we grow. >>steve: the good news for the republicans is the president had ran on the theory, okay, in my second term i'm going to raise rates on millionaires and billionaires. and mitt romney is a horrible person. you can't possibly elect him. >>brian: mitt romney is the guy with the car elevator and the dancing horse. >>steve: what this is going to do is this is going to take away from the president because we have raised taxes on the most successful, that particular argument. the republicans stand for this. looming ahead is a gigantic show down overt sequester, gigantic budget cuts. >>brian: two months. >>steve: plus the debt ceiling. the republicans feel they have the upper hand on that. meanwhile, we've got a little montage of some of the tempers flaring and nostrils as well on capitol hill as lawmakers made the sausage known as the c
counseling before this life-ending procedure is undertaken. abortion is settled law in the u.s.a. but it should be discouraged because human d.n.a.ke is present uponed conception. thus, the situation becomes a human rights issue. ask yourself this question. should america be a country where potential human life, undeniable fact after conception is terminated for convenience, for convenience? is that the kind of country we want? and the federal government is going to demand that citizens who oppose abortion pay for it? what sayen you planned parenthood? finally, twowh states, washington and colorado, voted to legalize pot. the grim stats on this idiocy. since 2008, teenage pot use up 48%. heavy use for teens has increased 80%. states that have lenient drivingmarijuana laws those stats. why? because legalizing pot sentsdz a message that it's fine to use it. and getting the drug at the corner pot f shop makes it readily available to anyone. ask any drug counselor, and he or she will tell you once a child is introduced to intoxication can't that child's life changes for the worse
spoke shortly after the house voted. >> today's agreement enshrines i think a principal into law that will remain in president as long as i'm president. the deficit needs to be reduced in a way that's balanced. everyone pays their fair share. everyone does their part. that's how the economy works best. that's how we grow. >> so right after that, you're seeing the president there, he boarded air force one to fly to hawaii, he wanted to finish his vacation. >>> today the governor of pennsylvania will announce the a lawsuit over the ncaa over the stiff sanctions it imposed on penn state university in the wake of the jerry sandusky scandal. he's the former assistant football coach convicted of sexually abusing boys. the ncaa fined penn state $60 million, stripped the football program of 14 seasons of victories under the late head coach joe paterno. >>> it's a retreat for the connecticut attorney who sought to sue the state for $100 million over the school mass carry in newtown. the outcry against the potential lawsuit was so strong, he has withdrawn it. >> this is a horrible tragedy
. >> under this law, more than 98% of americans and 97% of small businesses will not see their income taxes go up. >> reporter: lawmakers completely blew their deadline. they didn't get the grand bargain both parties claimed was their ultimate goal. both democrats and republicans gave themselves credit for getting something done. >> this is a very, very strong first step. >> this is an important one. this is a critical one for the future of the country. >> reporter: there was considerable hand ringing among republicans about a lack of spending cuts. some wanted to add them in, but ultimately there weren't enough votes to get it passed. this fiscal cliff deal, which passed the senate with overwhelming bipartisan support would extend tax cuts for all workers earning less than $400,000 a year, prevent a tax hike on estates valued at less than $5 million and extend unemployment benefits that were set to expire yesterday for some 2 million people. since congress missed the january 1st midnight deadline, technically the country did go over that fiscal cliff. but by passing the compromise deal in
judges at superior court bench. conroy is served as a criminal law specialism of state and federal courts and woods is an assistant district attorney at the standards as the d.a.'s office. all four. by governor brown last month. >> this is the four year anniversary of the shooting of oscar grant. he was the on arm our passengers shot and killed by police. it happened at the for bill bart station in 2009. this is video from a cellphone taken just before the shooting. grants family and about zero hundred supporters held a vigil at the station. they say they want to keep grants name and memory alive. the family has turned the at anniversary branstad into a crusade protest the officer involved shootings. >> a live look outside and a very chilly start starts to be day. we will be right back. hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. i wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. test drive! but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get
-ager pot use has been up, and states that have lenient medical marijuana law driving the stats. why? because legalizing pot sends a message, that it's fine to use it and getting the drug at the corner makes it readily available to anyone. ask any drug counselor and he or she will tell you, once a child is introduced to intoxicants, that child's life changes for the worse. some may not become substance involved, but millions will. do we want to encourage that? they say they don't care about addiction, they don't want limitations on so-called private behavior, no judgment. want to smoke drugs, fine. want to abort a fetus? we'll drive you to the clinic. want to have a kid when you're 16, no problem at all, we'll support you. did mitt romney spell that out with the secular progressive movement really is all about in strong vivid terms and how president obama enables that? romney would not have lost 71% of the hispanic vote i can tell you. i believe the majority of americans can be persuaded that the far left is a dangerous out fit bent on destroying traditional america and replacing it
of payment that a doctor would get for a medicare patient which there was a built in law in the the '90s to cut the spending in medicare. it was a complete disaster. every year it gets waved. and the idea of getting permanence with the estate tax is a good idea. otherwise how do you plan and how do you invest and when do you hire. you know, when do you die. all of these things are really important to do. i think you could have gotten a consensus any day of the week. the rea real egregious stuff iu are a republican, the price you have to it pay if the other guys win the election and then of course o the fact that you got ciro in spending and not only that but you got a president who said you are not going to get any now and in the future i will extract higher taxes yet on the rich if you want any spending cuts. i think the fight on spending s beginning and obama is going to be very entrenched on this. >> bret: there you see the wide shot from the house. not that many lawmakers are there. the vote, the tally is on again the vote on the rule. not the vote on the actual bill but seth the tab
defence everything and every value we stand for. freedom, human rights, rule of law, women rights, everything. last word. if you believe to the international prayer and the new books, i am the only -- the only one in the world who is taking part in operations. two were very successful. [applause] two were very successful and spared the world of nuclear weapons in the hands of dictators. the proliferation campaign, the international community must take care of. [applause] we look at all of us. [inaudible] [applause] >> there you see on display the discipline of an i.d.f. officer who always completes his mission. [laughter] regardless of the casualties. fareed zakaria, you're up next. final opening statement. >> thank you so much. i really understand the position of the opposing team. i understand the fear. i understand the danger. i understand the challenge. let me put this in some historical perspective. after the cold war the united states was the only country in the world with nuclear weapons and then the soviet union acquired a nuclear weapon. and there were many people who fel
or not they should pay the bills that they have already remarked up through the laws they passed. i let me repeat. we can't not pay bills that we already incurred. if congress rethe united states government the ability to pay these bills on time, the consequences for the entire global economy would be catastrophic, far worse than the impact of a fiscal cliff. bill: what about all that? and are we really just warming up the, well, the dogs in the cage? alan colmes, host of alan colmes radio show, tucker carlson editor of "the daily caller" and fox news contributor. great to have you both on. >> happy new year. bill: happy new year to both of you. i don't know, tucker, i guess if you thought this fiscal deal was a big matter, buckle up. >> well the president says he won't debate it. he will debate it. this will be a debate. nobody argues a debate over the fiscal cliff is the best way to cut spending but there is no other way. it is not a republican talking point to say the debt is out of the control. at end of the bush administration the debt equaled 65% of the gdp we're now over 115% of gdp our debt i
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